Procurement & Payables will cancel Service Requests left in Draft status:
- Service Requests excluding Waivers Deleted after 30 days if not submitted
- Waiver Service Requests Deleted after 60 days if not submitted
To identify your Service Requests in E-Procurement, please refer to this step-by-step guide.
Start with a Request For Advice (RFA)
Every purchase over $10,000 or capital works contract must start with a Request For Advice (RFA), even if you plan to pay with your P-Card. Our expert staff will review your RFA and recommend the solicitation type that best suits your needs: Request For Quotation, ITB, RFP, etc.
Submit an RFA Service Request through the King County E-Procurement Portal.
Your assigned Procurement staff will send you a follow-up service request to collect additional information and required documentation to complete your solicitation. Common solicitation types include: